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Honda Jazz Lease Deals

The Jazz is Honda’s faithful supermini that has served the brand for 20 years. More spacious than a Ford Fiesta or Renault Clio, it’s a refined and sensible choice if you’re wanting a practical little hatchback. The fourth-generation Jazz has also been modernised and now comes in hybrid form.
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TransmissionTransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity304 Litres
FuelEconomyEconomy117.7 MPG
£280.93
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TransmissionTransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity304 Litres
FuelEconomyEconomy117.7 MPG
£300.94
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Fuel TypeHybrid
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Boot Capacity304 Litres
0-62mph9.5 Seconds
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Honda Jazz Top Features

Efficient hybrid power.

Techy, airy interior.

Refined looks.

  • It’s really spacious inside the Honda Jazz. There’s lots of legroom, especially impressive for such a compact car, and plenty of cubby storage. The airy feel and spaciousness are thanks to the Jazz’s taller MPV stance and the fact that Honda has hidden the fuel tank under the front seats.

    The new model retains the incredibly useful seats of the old Jazz, which flip, fold and slide to make an even more spacious cabin for your cargo. Even with the seats at full occupancy, the boot is a competitive size in the supermini class.

  • This is the trump card of the new Jazz, with its clever hybrid system. Even though the engine is petrol, it’ll still beat many diesels for economy. Depending on your driving, you could beat the quoted figures, too.

    Tax is just £10 less a year than conventional petrol and diesel rivals, so the majority of savings will come from fuel. But with 60mpg and above well within reach, the potential savings are high. Honda’s servicing costs are competitive – and of course, you have that reputation for reliability to depend on.

Which Honda Jazz Models Are Available?

Honda Jazz

It’s a 5-door, 5-seat supermini with 1 engine option and 3 trim levels to choose from. Unless you pick the Jazz Crosstar, which offers slightly jacked-up suspension that is a little softer and more comfortable, along with some SUV-like cladding. The hybrid system remains the same but the Crosstar could be appealing to those who’ve been tempted by SUV style.

Trim Levels

Entry-level SE trim comes with climate control, 15-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, automatic lights and wipers, DAB radio and Bluetooth as standard.Trim Levels Available: SE, SR, EX, Crosstar EX

The Honda Jazz vs Competitors

In retaining its semi-MPV style and features, the Jazz is a unique proposition, as it has been for more than 15 years. Although small crossovers, such as the Ford Puma, are persuading many motorists to go for something a little larger, the likes of those may struggle to match the Jazz in terms of economy.
  • It’s quirky and a compelling little car that offers a lot that others don’t – with the potential for vastly reduced running costs being just one of those factors.

  • Yes, it self-charges, but this isn’t a hybrid that needs plugging in. The petrol engine, which supports the electric motor, still requires filling up – as you would with a conventional petrol car.

  • This generation has only been on sale for a relatively short time, but Honda’s track record suggests it’ll fall in line as a sturdy, dependable machine.

  • The Jazz is more popular for young drivers over in America, where it’s known as the Honda Fit, but there’s no reason why it wouldn’t be suitable for young drivers in the UK.

  • Yes, there are 2 Isofix points on the rear seats, so you can safely attach a couple of child seats.

  • Our lease deals can be tailored to you and your budget, with options on lease length, initial payment and annual mileage, and others. With both personal and business lease deals, you’ll pay a fixed monthly payment throughout your lease agreement.

    At the agreement end, just hand the car back to us without anything extra to pay – providing you’re within the agreed mileage and fair wear and tear. Then you’re free to walk away or upgrade to another new car with us!

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